Trinity DS-CHFMT iPod Cupholder Dock

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If you're not too bothered by the idea of an iPod transmitting its signal into your car stereo via staticy-sounding and hissy FM, Trinity has devised its DS-CHFMT dock, formed in a shape that fits into almost any cupholder. Hey, looky there—it conveniently positions the iPod's controls at your fingertips. All you have to do is plug it into your car's accessory outlet, insert your iPod via its dock connector, and you're ready for some ear-jangling but effortless static.

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What if you want to drink a cup of coffee while you listen to your music? Well, this device is not a bad idea if you have two cupholders in the center console, and just one driver. Oh, and tin ears. Available in black or white, it's $65, available so far just in Japan.

Trinity DS-CHFMT a fancy FM transmitter for iPod [Newlaunches, via Sci Fi Tech]

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DISCUSSION

I think the greatest feature of this is the built-in controls. Because reaching that extra inch to the actual iPod is dangerous.